Mentorship as a Key Management Skill in the Post-Pandemic World, Featuring Dr. Alan Middleton

This webinar is part of Leger’s Conversations with Leger’s Academic Committee webinar series. These webinars explore the post-pandemic world from the perspectives of Leger’s Academic Committee members.

Each webinar features a 30-minute discussion with a member of Leger’s Academic Committee, followed by a 15-minute question-and-answer session.


On November 10, 2021, at noon Eastern Time, we hosted a webinar featuring Dr. Alan Middleton, Retired; Formerly Executive Director, Schulich Executive Education Centre; Distinguished Adjunct Professor of Marketing, Schulich School of Business, York University

In the post-pandemic world, we have seen – and will see – huge changes in people’s work environments: blended work at home and in-office, more contract and part-time work, greater diversity in backgrounds and experiences and skill shortages in many areas. In this environment, the previous bureaucratic work environments of long hierarchies, siloed operations, a focus on process rather than achievement and not providing the training and capability for front-line personnel to make decisions will not be successful.

Being a great mentor and mentee is now a critical management skill. Alan focused on the need for greater focus on mentorship in his book published by AMA Toronto this year and shared his thoughts in this webinar.

Mentorship as a Key Management Skill in the Post-Pandemic World, Featuring Dr. Alan Middleton

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